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CPA and EPC

Discussion in 'CPA' started by mtwttr, Jun 16, 2011.

  1. mtwttr

    mtwttr Junior Member

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    Guys, what is this guy talking about here cpa-arbitrage . net ?

    I will quote it here:

    How does this actually work? Does CPA really pays you that much per visitor you send them on their offer?

    Lets say your EPC for 40$ offer is 1$... Will you get 1$ for every visitor you send or this works different?

    Btw is there any network that pays you if you bring them visitors on their offers etc... Like 10 cents per visitors or something like that?

    Tnx :)
     
  2. meathead1234

    meathead1234 Moderator Staff Member Moderator Premium Member

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    EPC (earnings per click) is how much you're making on average per click for the traffic you've sent.

    So if you send 40 clicks to a $40 offer and make one conversion, you'll have a EPC of $1. The CPA/CPS is still $40.

    It's very rare to find advertisers willing to pay per click (on CPA networks).
     
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  3. Riseing

    Riseing Regular Member

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    EPC is the average between people sent to the offer and money made. So if your EPC was $1 it would mean your making $1 average for every person you send.

    And from the sounds of your quote that guy had lazer targeted traffic.
     
  4. jass11

    jass11 Elite Member

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    LOL
    What a product
    Product cost - 5$
    and
    Affilate gets 50$ per sale
    seems scam
     
  5. mtwttr

    mtwttr Junior Member

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    Yah, thats what I thought ;)
     
  6. meathead1234

    meathead1234 Moderator Staff Member Moderator Premium Member

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    "A cut-and-paste job or cut and paste approach is a pejorative reference to various kinds of work produced by "cut and paste", i.e., a quick combination of pieces of text collected from various sources, a compilation.[1]

    In application to book writing, cut and paste job implies little creativity, no original research and no new insights. It is often assumed that these books are produced by journalists rather than experts in the subject."

    Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cut_and_paste_job

    :rolleyes:
     
  7. jerryR

    jerryR Newbie

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    Thats pretty good info..